Nashir ibn Hussain

Ibn Hussain is a university graduate and Big-4 trained chartered accountant, with a keen interest in commerce and strategic planning. He is a firm advocate of self-development, particularly through Islamic studies, and is a current student on the Sabeel Development Programme. Ibn Hussain enjoys writing and poetry, with a focus on current affairs. He hopes to become a future leader in his professional field and mentor individuals to have high aspirations without feeling the need to compromise the sacred dīn.
5 Articles

The tectonic shift in sentiment against ‘Israel’

28 Min Read

Narrative, politics, media, international relations, celebrity solidarity, social media, business, technology...Nashir ibn Hussain charts the various humiliations the terror state faced on the global stage after its latest senseless massacre of Palestinians.

The Ingredients To Khabib Nurmagomedov’s Success

31 Min Read

As the dust settles on the retirement of the most dominant athlete to ever set foot into the mixed martial arts arena, we look back at the career of the impregnable Khabib Nurmagomedov and analyse the key ingredients to his success.

Stockpile your deeds before the pandemic ends

12 Min Read

Before lockdown eases, stockpile these three low-hanging fruits...

The Reality of Reality TV

11 Min Read

With the genre gaining mainstream attention, what are the wider implications that the reality television genre has upon us as Muslims?

The Ugly Side of ‘the Beautiful Game’

15 Min Read

As the Premier League begins, it is important to have a reasoned discussion about the world's most popular sport, other than the common dismissive attitudes many Muslims hear...